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Fibromyalgia and Veins
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queendeborah322 - October 11

I have noticed that all my fibromyalgia problems have vein issues like the new discovery last summer involving the capillaries in the hands and feet. My hands and feet have ached for years no nerve damage, no diabetes. I have low blood pressure another vein problem because my veins don't regulate the blood flow not to go south when it should go north to the brain so I don't pass out or have a seizure. My kidneys are failing due to blood flow, they can't figure out why. Our muscles hurt because they're not enough blood flow to oxygenation to them.Every I have chronic migraines, little brain veins constricting. Every time I go to the emergency room or for surgery they say my blood doesn't have enough oxygen in it. I just wonder if fibromyalgia has something to do with our veins too? Maybe not, maybe it's just my poorly oxygenated brain suffering from migraines

 

Sonja44 - October 16

I have low blood pressure with Fibromyalgia. But I also have Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunction Syndrome (CFIDS) and low BP is one out of multiple symptoms. The fatigue on "bad" days is so bad...I can't lift my head off the pillow because I'm too weak. My lowest recorded BP was 78/46 with a heart rate of 56.

I get headaches of a new type (which is a symptom of CFIDS). I call them my "movement" headaches...because when I move...even slightly...it feels like my brain is about to explode. The pain is throbbing and becomes more intense with movement.

I do think there is much to be discovered about all auto immune diseases. Auto immune diseases can attack any system in the body...vessels included.

Gentle hugs to you and I wish you some relief of you symptoms.

 

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